Biosolids Information Group, P. O. Box 965, Richmond, VA 23218, email: email@example.com. The
origin of the group was started in Louisa County (not Spotsylvania) but has been moved to Richmond, VA,
with an office near the VA General Assembly district. The group listing represents professional and lay
concerned citizens that volunteer their time, expertise and resources for protecting rights, health and
welfare through research-study-information-presentation. More >
Center for Health, Environment and Justice is located at 150 South Washington Street Falls Church, VA 22046.
Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ) was founded in 1981, as the Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous
Waste (CCHW), by Lois Gibbs, the community leader at Love Canal. CHEJ seeks to help local citizens and
organizations come together and take an organized, unified stand in order to hold industry and government
accountable and work toward a healthy, sustainable future.
Citizens Against Toxic Sludge (CATS) (Campbell County)
Jennifer England at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loudoun Neighbors Against Toxic Sludge (Loudoun NATS) -- organization fighting
sludge though you have it listed under links. email = email@example.com -name = Barbara L. Rubin
comments = There is also a VA coalition of counties fighting sludge. Under your heading of counties banning you
list a few VA counties. This is not really accurate. VA counties tried to ban sludge and were taken to court up
through the VA Supreme Court which upheld Virginia's Dillon Rule. The state Health Department embraces
sludge as does the whole VA Assembly.
Answer=The facts are the courts upheld legal bans on sludge. Based on EPA research, (40 CFR 503.9(t)
your state health department and VA assembly has decided to kill a few of the country cousins. Apparently,
these home grown bad boys using the legal system as a terrorist tool have never heard of the Boston
Northumberland Association For Progressive Stewardship, Northumberland County, Virginia is primarily
concerned with environmental issues that affect the county. Its Sewage Sludge Study Group has been actively trying
to stop land application in our County, which is located where the Potomac River empties into the Chesapeake Bay.
The petitioner is located at P.O. Box 567, Heathsville, VA 22473.
Nelson County -- Nelson Citizens Against Toxic Sludge (NCATS) , VA,
Rural Madison ,
comments = would like our organization to be listed as - an with concerns about sludge.
Khalil Hassan, Pres., P.O. 542, Madison, VA 22727, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shenandoah County Alliance Against Toxic Sludge (SCAATS) is a grassroots organization formed in 1998 to
prevent land application of sludge. The petitioner is located at 209 Cannon Hill Road Mount Jackson, VA 22842